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Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York  Read also my blogpost "Welcome to Hipsterland" here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/2014/05/welcome-to-hipsterland.html

Bushwick, Brooklyn, New York Read also my blogpost "Welcome to Hipsterland" here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/2014/05/welcome-to-hipsterland.html

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/world/new-york/brownstone-brooklyn-html/

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/world/new-york/brownstone-brooklyn-html/

Brownstone in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York  Get inspired here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/2014/05/brownstone-brooklyn.html

Brownstone in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York Get inspired here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/2014/05/brownstone-brooklyn.html

Welcome to Hipsterland ⋆ Blocal Travel blog #hipster #Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/street-art/welcome-to-hipsterland-html/

Welcome to Hipsterland ⋆ Blocal Travel blog #hipster #Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/street-art/welcome-to-hipsterland-html/

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/world/new-york/brownstone-brooklyn-html/

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn || Read my blogpost here: http://www.blocal-travel.com/world/new-york/brownstone-brooklyn-html/

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn

Brownstone houses in Brooklyn

Who doesn't think of Norwegian immigrants when they hear South Brooklyn? Bay Ridge recalls its past as a beacon for Norwegian immigrants with the 17th of May parade, where participants don plastic horned viking hats and travel in viking-ship floats down the neighborhood's main commercial thoroughfares, once home to thousands of immigrants from Norway and known as Little Oslo. But there are few traces of Scandinavian culture in the neighborhood these days. The 17th of May is recognized as…

Who doesn't think of Norwegian immigrants when they hear South Brooklyn? Bay Ridge recalls its past as a beacon for Norwegian immigrants with the 17th of May parade, where participants don plastic horned viking hats and travel in viking-ship floats down the neighborhood's main commercial thoroughfares, once home to thousands of immigrants from Norway and known as Little Oslo. But there are few traces of Scandinavian culture in the neighborhood these days. The 17th of May is recognized as…

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